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Born and raised in Thousand Oaks, Cali girl Olivia O'Brien showed prodigious talent for singing, piano and guitar from a young age. In her teens, she started writing her own songs alongside releasing covers online, and eventually caught the attention of rising rapper Gnash when she released a cover of his song Disposable. In 2015, their collaboration on Olivia's track 'i hate u, i love you' peaked in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
The up-and-coming pop songstress prepares to hit the road on a headline tour supporting her latest mix tape It Was A Sad F**king Summer. The two-song micro mix includes Almost Love and Sad Songs In The Summer and is the perfect throwback to lost summer loves and heartaches as the winter chill sets in. It follows the April 2019 release of her debut studio album Was It Even Real? which heralded her exciting new brand of authentic, cerebral and polished bubblegum pop.
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